Get Your Free Admission Into the Downtown Fullerton Museum

Now that fall is in full swing, finding fun activities can be difficult. However, if you love Museums, the Fullerton Museum will be offering free admission throughout the month of October. The Museum will host a market area with a beer garden and various food and craft vendors. All proceeds from the beer and wine garden will be used to fund the Museum’s exhibits and various educational programs.


If you are looking to give back this fall, will also enjoying a nice beer or glass of wine, the Fullerton Museum market is the place to be in October. The festivities take place on Thursday from 4pm to 8pm. Here is a link to find out more info about the event: Have fun and enjoy the month of October.

Fun Upcoming Events in Fullerton

The beautiful city of Fullerton has variety of fun, upcoming events and activities to offer you and your family this June. Here are a few days to mark in your calendar:

  • On a Friday the 3rd of June, as a part of Monthly Art Walk, enjoy Open Mic Night. Fullerton Museum Center opens its doors to welcome singing, dancing and poetry, showcasing local talent. A beautiful collection of 40 artworks in partnership with Thinkspace of Culver City will be exhibiting the new contemporary movement.
  • Every Thursday from 6:30 till 8:30 PM (2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and the 30th) celebrate 25 years of Fullerton Market activity downtown in the heart of the town. True heaven for lovers of everything fresh, locally grown, artisan and handcrafted. There is live music and plenty entertainment to keep everybody occupied. Sitting in the outside Beer and Wine garden with a drink or wiping hummus, this is a great time to spend with your friends and loved ones on a gorgeous summer day. The Market is located in the Downtown Plaza, beside the Museum Center.
  • Music rules the world and Fullerton celebrates this together with the rest of the world on The Day of Music, June 21st. The celebratory tradition of this day has originated in France in 1982 and every year millions of people in more than 700 cities around the globe pour out onto the streets to enjoy music. People of all ages are invited to enjoy hundreds of free concerts in public spaces around the city.